Husky and the camel
Shiva and the camel
A husky and a camel met under a crescent moon. The husky said to the camel,
“Hey camel, keep your distance. They say that your kind spits.”
“Who says that my kind spit?” spluttered the camel.
“Why, we all know it. Your kind spits!”
The camel took a deep breath and quickly shouted back,
“Hey husky, keep your distance. They say that your kind bites.”
“Who says that my kind bites?” snapped the husky.
“Why, we all know it. Your kind bites!”
The husky took a took a deep breath and quickly barked right back,
“Keep away from me camel. They say you have bad breath.”
“Who says I have bad breath?” muttered the camel like a ventriloquist.
“It’s common knowledge. Your breath stinks!”
The camel got the hump and quickly turned and spat,
Keep away from me husky, you don’t have a brain in your head!”
The husky tried to figure it out, took a moment and then said,
“What are we doing to each other camel? Something isn’t right. Your breath does not stink and I’ve never tried to bite.”
The camel looked relieved and replied,
“What you say is clever. You do have a brain in your head and sometimes I do spit. But I won’t spit at you my friend. I’ll spit at those who spout such lies. I’ll spit at them right in the eye.”
Husky laughed till her sides split.
“I’m only joking,” Camel quipped.